Many exhibits in the Qinghai Provincial Folk Museum are not seen before. During the tour, you can experience that many exhibits with ethnic characteristics are really worth visiting.
This museum is a museum within a museum, located inside the Ma Bufang Mansion.
In one building, the daily life, ethnic stories and other historical materials of multiple ethnic minorities, such as the Sah, Mongolian, and Tibetan, are displayed.
There are the beds they slept in and the clothes they wore.
The Qinghai Folklore Museum in Ma Bufang’s Mansion is extremely rich in folklore culture, reflecting the historical evolution, diet, daily life, customs and habits of many ethnic groups in Qinghai. Take the relatively unfamiliar Salar ethnic group as an example, with a population of more than 80,000, mainly distributed in the Salar Autonomous County of Xunhua, Qinghai Province. This ethnic group was a "Saruer" from the Western Turks of Central Asia and was forced to move from Samarkand to Qinghai in the Yuan Dynasty. During the Ming Dynasty, he was given the surname "Han", and Qianlong in the Qing Dynasty was granted the post of chieftain. After 1949, it was officially designated as Salar.
The folk museum is near the railway, and there is a railway hotel here.
Not bad, it's worth seeing, everyone can go and see if you have nothing to do.
There are many ethnic groups in Qinghai Province, and many people of many ethnic groups are peaceful and harmonious.
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